Friday, August 26, 2011

Bathroom Vanity Lighting

How to light a bathroom vanity



This is the before picture. This bathroom has two wall sconces but they are up high and cannot cast enough light down to the vanity's surface. The wall sconces cast a good light for viewing yourself in the mirror. To fix this problem we add two lights above the sink bowls. 




Here are the finished lights. These are mono point lighting fixtures that were picked out by the client.  They send a light beam directly down to illuminate the sinks. The wall sconces produce a softer light that casts off the wall and is much better for applying make-up or shaving.



The Mono point fixtures are like jeweler for the bathroom. Lighting fixtures can be difficult to pick out for many clients. Recessed light offer a simpler way to achieve the same effect.  Here is a different bathroom with  4 inch recessed light instead of mono. 



How to light a bathroom vanity

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